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  • "Walk With Walker" Promotes Healthy Living

    ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - Wisconsin's first lady took a stroll through the area Wednesday.

    Tonette Walker, wife of Governor Scott Walker, was in Onalaska walking the Great River State Trail. It's part of her 'Walk with Walker' campaign, which promotes living a healthy lifestyle while enjoying the outdoors.

    She says it's not only a way to stay active, but also a chance to connect with Wisconsin residents.

    Thu, 07/30/2015

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  • Zwarts honored for work with foster kids

    Foster parents Doug and Diana Zwart of La Crosse were honored last week with the 2015 Governor’s Foster Care Award for their work with children in La Crosse County.

    “Foster Care Month gives us an opportunity to thank the families who care for the vulnerable children in Wisconsin who have to be removed from their homes,” Wisconsin first lady Tonette Walker said. “Foster parents play a critical role in helping these children take the first step of their journey towards healing and recovery.”

    Sun, 05/31/2015

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  • First Lady Tonette Walker Explains Summer Events

    Wed, 05/27/2015

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  • Aurora announces initial grant recipients of Better Together Fund

    Aurora Health Care on Thursday announced that it is awarding a total of $6.6 million in grants through its Better Together Fund to nearly two dozen federally qualified health centers and free clinics throughout eastern Wisconsin. The funds will be used to help community-based providers improve access to primary care and behavioral health services.

    First Lady Tonette Walker joined Aurora Health Care Thursday evening at the Wisconsin Club in Milwaukee for an award presentation. 

    Thu, 05/14/2015

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  • Gronnert now a state "hero to so many"

    Working for a business of 21,000 people, an employee can often get lost in the crowd.

    Mary Gronnert wished that would have been the case Tuesday afternoon. No such luck, however, for the woman whom one admiring colleague at Schneider refers as "a hero to so many in this company."

    Wed, 04/01/2015

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